True Facts About the Ball-Making Sand Bubbler Crab

In a decapodan episode of his hilarious animal-focused video series True Facts, narrator Ze Frank quite keenly observes the unusual habits of the sand | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 11 hours ago

Surreal Family Vacation Photos That Include the Cats

New York City photographer Jim Lind decided that he wanted to include the family cats in everything he and his wife did, so he created the wonderfully | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 11 hours ago

Illustrated Minimalist Maps of Cities Around the World

Archie Archambault of Archie's Press has created a streamlined series of illustrated maps representing cities from all over the world. While each map | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 12 hours ago

Wonderfully Creepy Purses and Clutches With Monsters and Dragons Peeking Out From the Folds

Breanne Creamer, an award-winning costumer and self-described "Geeky Seamstress" creates wonderfully creepy purses, clutches, dice bags, each with clever | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 12 hours ago

A Young Shepherd Smith Reports on an Offensive 1991 GG Allin Show That Was Shut Down by Orlando Police

A vintage 1991 clip shows a young Shepherd Smith reporting on an incident that took place at the Club Space Fish Cafe on Church Street in Orlando, | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 15 hours ago

Soundwave Tattoos That Can Be Played Using an App

Los Angeles ink artist Nate Siggard has invented a way to memorialize voices through skin art. Skin Motion Tattoos are inked augmented reality audio | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 15 hours ago

Baby Waking Up From Nap Hilariously Says ‘That Was Awkward’ to Her Mother Who Was Recording Her

An adorable 10 month old in Lenexa, Kansas, who had just woken up from her nap, noticed that that her adoring mother was recording her every move. The | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 16 hours ago

An Agile Robotic Hand That Can Solve Rubik’s Cubes

Researchers at OpenAI, who previously taught virtual AI agents to play hide and seek, have trained a five-fingered, human-like robotic hand named "Dactyl" | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 17 hours ago

Competitive Eater Conquers the Fiery ‘Toe of Satan’ Challenge With Two 9 Million Scoville Lollipops

After unsuccessfully attempting to fit his body into several oversized balloons, competitive eater Kevin Strahle, aka "L.A. Beast" (previously), instead | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 1 day ago

Colorful Bags, Backpacks and Wallets Made From Recycled and Repurposed Vinyl Billboards

Rareform is a family company in San Diego, California that makes bags out of colorful recycled and repurposed vinyl billboard signs that would otherwise | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 1 day ago

The Beatles Reimagined as ‘The Fantastic Four’

A humorous, short animation by impressionist Stevie Riks reimagines The Beatles, the original "Fab Four", as "The Fantastic Four". This new | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 1 day ago

A Tour Inside a Master Pumpkin Carver’s Studio

Over the years, we've written about master pumpkin carver Ray Villafane. AZ Central took a guided tour of Villafane's studios to see how these incredible | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 1 day ago

Crocheted Bagels and Lox Plus All the Fixings

Yarn artist Kate Jenkins, who makes elaborate crocheted culinary artwork, is helping Panzer's Deli and Grocery, London's original Jewish deli, celebrate | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 1 day ago

Fascinating Drone Footage of Humpback Whales Swimming in Circles to Create Bubble Nets to Trap Prey

Researchers at the University of Hawaii, in partnership with the Alaska Whale Foundation, captured absolutely fascinating and groundbreaking drone and POV | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 1 day ago

The Tiny Russian Town Located on a Norwegian Island

The fascinating animated series Half as Interesting by Sam Denby takes a look at Barentsburg, the tiny Russian town that sits on the archipelago of | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 1 day ago

Feline Researcher Explains How Cats Emotionally Bond With Their Humans Much in the Same Way as Dogs Do

Wired host Arielle Pardes spoke with renowned feline researcher Kristyn Vitale of the Oregon State University's Human-Animal Interaction Lab about the | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 1 day ago

Divers Looking for a WWII Sunken Ship Unexpectedly Encounter Giant Gelatinous Egg Sac Full of Baby Squid

While swimming in the waters of Ørstafjorden in Norway, Ronald Raasch and a team of divers from the research vessel REV Ocean captured magnificent footage | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 2 days ago

Dialect Coach Explains How to Distinguish Regional Accents From One Another Using Vowel Pronunciation

Renowned dialect coach Erik Singer explains to Wired how to distinguish certain regional and country accents from one another by focusing on how the | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 2 days ago

‘Joker’ Director Todd Phillips Talks About the Memorable Scene of Arthur Fleck Dancing in a Gotham Bathroom

Director Todd Phillips sat down with The New York Times to talk about a very memorable scene from Joker in which Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix), clad in | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 2 days ago

Twenty Year Old Florida Man Explains Why He’s Only Eaten Mac and Cheese for the Past 17 Years

Austin Davis, a 20 year old man who lives in a small Florida town, explains to Vice why he's eaten nothing but mac and cheese for the past 17 years of his | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 2 days ago

Impressionist Jim Meskimen’s Face Morphs Into the Celebrities He’s Voicing Using Deepfake AI Technology

The very talented Jim Meskimen (previously) performed the eloquent poem entitled "Pity the Poor Impressionist" using 20 different celebrities voices. As | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 2 days ago

Funny Irish Man Asks to Be Let Out of the Coffin in a Recording He Requested To Be Played at His Funeral

While funerals are rarely a time for laughter however, Shay Bradley of Dublin, Ireland wanted his family and friends to remember him as he was in life - a | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 2 days ago

Grumpy Trash Collector Becomes a Garbage Can Dwelling Criminal Mastermind in SNL Parody of ‘Joker’

With the soaring popularity of the dark film Joker, it seemed only inevitable that parodies would follow. Saturday Night Live brilliantly adapted the | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 2 days ago

An Old-Timey Super Mario Bros. Medley With a Twirling Tap Dancer Adding to the Song’s Percussion

Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox (previously) invited dancer and choreographer Demi Remick to join them for an old-timey medley of the music from the | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 5 days ago

Stroodles, Biodegradable Straws Made Out of Pasta

The British company Stroodles has found a uniquely ingenious way to address the issue of plastic waste without compromising the experience of enjoying a | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 5 days ago

Gorgeous Aerial Photos and Footage of 12 Circular Community Gardens Near Copenhagen, Denmark

While visiting Norway, world-traveling photographer Henry Do captured absolutely gorgeous aerial photos and footage of 12 unique circular gardens at | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 5 days ago

Understanding How Chimpanzees Speak To Each Other

In a loquacious clip from the 2014 BBC show Extraordinary Animals Series 2, primatologist Dr. Katja Liebal observes a troop of chimpanzees at the Twycross | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 5 days ago

The Art of Card Dealing Captured in Stop-Motion

Using artful stop-motion animation, video editor Omozoc (previously) created a wonderful video showing a talented card dealer exhibiting the tricks of the | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 5 days ago

A Performance on a Unique Baroque Contrabassoon

Musician David Chatterton of The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, who previously demonstrated the sound of a giant contrabassoon used by Beethoven | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 5 days ago

An Ingenious Mashup of 50 Hit Songs From 1980

Aaron Brink and Steve Reidell of The Hood Internet, who ingeniously mixed 50 different samples from 50 top hits of 1979 into a seamless matchup, have done | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 5 days ago

Aaron Paul Recaps All of ‘Breaking Bad’ In 2.5 Minutes

Science bitch! While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote the Breaking Bad movie El Camino (now streaming on Netflix), actor Aaron Paul (Jesse | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 5 days ago

Parrotlet Rides Tiny Skateboard Down Tiny Ramp

An adorable blue parrotlet named Charlie (previously) spent a bit of time with his human Karen to learn how to ride a tiny skateboard down a tiny ramp | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 6 days ago

Thrifty Squirrel Stores Over 200 Nuts Under Car Hood

Photographer Chris Persic was in for quite a surprise when his wife called him to let him know that there was something wrong with her car. She opened the | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 6 days ago

Iconic Characters Sculpted Into Halloween Hay Bales

For the past ten years, Jean Marie Smith has created wonderful giant hay bale sculptures during the Halloween season for the Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 6 days ago

How ‘Driver San Francisco’ Best Exemplifies What a Second Person Video Game Might Look Like

In a highly informative video essay, gaming vlogger Nick Robinson denotes the difference between first person perspective games and third person | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 6 days ago

Cozy Hand Knitted Beer Mug Socks With Handles

Serbian yarn artist Vicky Djokic knits and crochets a wonderful array of novelty items that she sells through her Etsy store. One such item is a cozy pair | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 6 days ago

The Amazing Agility of the World’s Smallest Monkey

An adorable clip from the PBS Nature series Undercover in the Jungle takes a look at the pygmy marmoset aka the world's smallest monkey. These tiny | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 6 days ago

Visayan Warty Pigs Unexpectedly Utilize a Piece of Wood as a Tool to Build a Nest for Their Offspring

A group of critically endangered, extremely rare Visayan warty pigs at the Ménagerie Zoo in Paris were witnessed unexpectedly utilizing a piece of wood as | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 6 days ago

Comedian Shares His Hilariously Accurate But Sadly Rejected Lyrics to the ‘Succession’ Theme Song

Upon hearing that rapper Pusha T was approached by HBO and Succession composer Nicolas Britell to create lyrics to accompany the series' somber theme | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 6 days ago

Talking Heads Songs Reimagined as 1950s Pulp Fiction Novels, Magazine Covers, Flyers and Advertisements

Artist Todd Alcott (previously) has visually reimagined the songs of the Talking Heads as mid-century vintage paperback books, magazine covers, ads and | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 7 days ago

A Brilliantly Accurate Stop-Motion Remake of the Intro for the Animated Series ‘The Real Ghostbusters’

Filmmaker Kyle Roberts and artist Nathan Poppe of Reckless Abandonment Pictures (previously) have created a wonderfully accurate, stop-motion remake of | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 7 days ago

Stunning Giant Interactive Sculptures by Daniel Popper

In 2018, we wrote about a gorgeous beachside wooden sculpture of a woman opening her heart to Tulum visitors by South African artist Daniel Popper. Since | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 7 days ago

German Speaking Raven Calls Visitors ‘My Darling’

In 2015, Nature photographer Lothar Lenz (previously) captured humorous footage of a rather vocal, German speaking raven named Ramires saying "mein | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 7 days ago

Animated Timeline of Human Evolution Showing How Fossils Are Used to Learn About Extinct Human Origins

The American Museum of Natural History has put together a fascinating animated timeline graphic that shows how scientists are using fossils to learn more | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 7 days ago

Curious Fox Bounces and Pounces Upon a Trampoline

While looking out her backyard window, a woman in Tyresö, Sweden caught sight of a wayward fox happily bouncing while pouncing upon their in-ground | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 7 days ago

Why Giant Leaf Insect Nymphs Shimmy Up Trees Just to Remain Perfectly Still for the Rest of Their Lives

In a vellicative episode of the KQED series Deep Look, host Lauren Sommer explains the life cycle of the amazing, camouflaging giant Malaysian leaf | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 7 days ago

Young Red Cirrata Octopus Orbits Around a Lunar-Like Wall In the Pacific Deep Sea Terrain of Jarvis Island

While out on the west side of Jarvis Island in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, the ROV Hercules caught sight of a mysterious red | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 7 days ago

An Intuitive Orange Cat Comforts Mourners at Funerals

A really compassionate and intuitive cat named Paddy regularly shows up at funerals to comfort the grieving mourners. No one really knows how Paddy knows | Continue reading


@laughingsquid.com | 8 days ago